Why Should an Attorney Prepare Estate Planning Documents?

Legal forms do not come with an attorney’s advice. The form is merely a means to an end – a lawyer’s tool. The primary reason to consult with and retain a lawyer is to provide resolutions to broad family and legal issues.  In the elder law, estate and special needs planning areas, the lawyer is your advisor, your problem solver, your social worker, your hand holder, and your counselor. 
Either way, we at Elder Law Associates love what we do, and we are eager to help you navigate your elder law, estate planning, and special needs planning issues.

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